DIY specialist Laura Kampf needed some extra storage for her electric city bike. She did what any enterprising young creator would do — she made one herself. Using a beer keg, scrap metal, and her own ingenuity, Laura created the perfect sidecar, with a healthy dose of DIY style.
Migrant Mother is one of the most iconic photographs in American history. Taken by Dorothea Lange, the picture depicts Florence Owens Thompson and her children at a pea-pickers' camp in California during The Great Depression. In this video essay, Evan Puschak explains how Lange captured the historic image.
In collaboration with some of the world's best photographers and picture archives, Sonic Editions makes limited, high-quality framed photo prints of some of the greatest musicians, film stars, and cultural icons the world has known. Using the same printing techniques as fine art galleries, each photo is hand printed to order on Fuji crystal archive paper, numbered and certified, and comes encased inside a hand-made solid wooden frame that's ready to hang.
Hailing from Bondi Beach in Australia, Patrick's line of haircare products got us hooked as one of the best men's grooming brands out there. Now, they've introduced their line of skincare products with the same level of attention to detail to both the ingredients and packaging as found in their haircare line. In this exclusive North American release with Uncrate and Patrick's you'll find the FS1 Face Scrub and FW1 Face Wash. The scrub is comprised of volcanic sand and crushed diamonds, while the foaming wash contains Green Tea, White Tea, Lemon Myrtle, Vitamin C and other ingredients to ward off signs of premature aging. Each are produced in the USA, are free from parabens, sulfates and phthalates, are cruelty free, and 100% vegan.
41 years ago, Electric Light Orchestra's second single for their Out of the Blue double album hit the airwaves and made the metallic clang of a fire extinguisher a musical instrument. Out of the Blue, with its classic '70s artwork and Jeff Lynne at his best, would sell over 10 million copies and solidify the band as one of the biggest groups of the biggest era in rock 'n' roll. Celebrating just over four decades, ELO released this trippy animated video to commemorate the occasion and one of Lynne's favorite songs.
Hinting at an origin story, Amazon's original series Hanna attempts to take a more in-depth look at the title character and her mercenary father, fleshing out the 2011 action thriller of the same name. The original film's writer David Farr also penned the upcoming script. It stars Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos, who were previously together in The Killing, while Esme Creed-Miles plays the main character. The series is coming to Amazon in March 2019.
Based in Brooklyn, New York, graphic designer Scott Reinhard combines vintage maps with elevation data to create stunning pieces of art. Reinhard uses a chromogenic process to create each print, which takes traditional color photography development and integrates 3-dimensional data with paper maps for a result that is so visually appealing, you'll be tempted to reach out and feel what looks like 3D texture. The process brings the maps to life, creating a 2D print that is vibrant and detailed giving you a unique work of art that blends history and modern technology. In addition to the topographic maps, Reinhard creates compelling digitally rendered maps and has even adopted his technique to the surface of the moon.
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The cue cards are just as important to the success of Saturday Night Live as the cast members, weekly hosts, costumes, and sets. So much so, they've actually become a character of their own. The man behind the cards Wally Feresten shares how these handwritten sheets have helped keep the show running since 1975.
50 years ago today, the biggest band in the world put on their final public performance. On the roof of Apple Records' office at 3 Savile Row in London, the Fab Four went out with as big a bang as they came in, putting on an impromptu performance that was one for the ages. This track from the concert is one of their best, from a band that was at their absolute peak.